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4 November 2013

Thursday released today

Thursday released today

“Thursday”, the new Pet Shop Boys’ single featuring Example, is now available on CD and also digitally from iTunes and other download outlets. The CD single is currently number one on Amazon UK’s singles chart and can also be ordered now from the store on this site.
The CD single and the first digital EP include the radio edit of “Thursday”, two brand new tracks — “Odd man out” and “No more ballads” — and a remix of “Thursday” by the German producer and DJ, Tensnake. A second, digital-only EP is also available now featuring remixes by Eddie Amador and Mindskap and the “No rap radio edit” of “Thursday”.
The lyrics of “Odd man out” (inspired by the early-60s British film, “Victim”) and “No more ballads” can be read now in the Lyrics section of this site.

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Thanks to everyone who came to the “Dreamworld” shows in Prague, Warsaw, Berlin, Barcelona and Pori, Pet Shop Boys had a wonderful time with you all! Next week they return to London for five consecutive shows at the Royal Opera House.

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